Jan 16, 2014 10:00 PM by Jordan Mason
It is Peyton Manning versus Tom Brady for the 15th time. It should mean another instant NFL classic in Sunday's AFC Championship Game.
The Patriots quarterback was back at practice Thursday after missing Wednesday's workout. He said there's nothing wrong health-wise.
Brady and the Pats have played Manning and the Broncos two times in two years. New England has won both games at their house, but this time around, the game is in Denver.
"They're going to challenge in a lot of ways," said Brady. "They challenged us the last time we played them here. You know, going on the road to a great environment like this where crowd's really going to be into it, it's going to be an exciting challenge for us so I'm excited."
Broncos-Patriots kickoff is Sunday at 1 p.m. The Broncos are still 5.5 point favorites.